Respond to Review of Les Cinq Saveurs d'Anada
Review: This was the first veggie place that I visited in my recent vist to Paris. After reading several reviews I was looking forward to my visit here after a very long day of walking around paris. However, I have to say, the best thing I can say about this place was how friendly the staff were. My partner, who is not a vegetarian, stated, after seeing the food, 'This is partly why there are not more vegetarians and why non-vegetarians do not like to go to veggie restaurants'.....and I have to say, I agree with that statement. Everything was basically a place of vegetables with nothing much done with them. There was nothing originally about it. Even the sauce put on the 'salad' was basically just ONE dribble over the single brocolli stalk served. And the juices which we paid a small fortune for, were tiny, not even nearly quenching the huge thirst we had built up. They were the smallest juices I have ever had....but the highest prices. We also had a beer here, at an extortionate price (€3.80) for a tiny bottle (about 50cl). Our whole meal came to nearly €80.....basically for a terrible tasteless salad and a tiny beer and tiny juice. Never again.